Emergency Light Bar – Manufacturer

Emergency light bar units could be deemed essential equipment for any kind of emergency or first response vehicle. Poor or unreliable lighting on emergency vehicles can spell disaster for the crews in them as it puts them in danger. Improper Emergency light bar units compromise the safety not only of the personnel but the public and that just isn’t acceptable. No one would argue that proper equipment and kit on emergency and first response vehicles is absolutely essential but lighting often isn’t classed as kit or equipment. Hazard warning, indicators, fog lamps, beacons and strobes are all kinds of emergency lighting for vehicles.


We all face dangers every time we get into our vehicles. Motoring in our cities and towns is fraught with danger and the lights we all have play a part in road safety. Most vehicles will have hazard lights built in, and they can help keep us safe if we break down or need to inform other drivers we are stationary. The lighting on emergency first response vehicles is used for the same purpose we would use our hazard warning lights but you can magnify that 10 times. Emergency light bar units need to be in your face bright and capable of giving road users plenty of advance warning of a vehicles approach.

Emergency Light Bar

The Emergency light bar units and sirens provide us with a very effective advance warning and we need that so we can take appropriate actions. The quicker we respond to a vehicle needing to pass the quicker they can get on with the business of dealing with emergencies. The range of light bar units is huge and there are some very specific ones and some very generic ones. The light bars chosen by different services will reflect the job they do and the lights will be used to assist them in their job. Traffic advisors built into light bars would typically be used by police vehicles for instance.


Sirens and flashing Emergency light bar units can prompt us to take action when we see them. We all have a duty to be up to date with any driving and road legislation and we all should know what is expected of any ‘move over’ law our state has. The move over laws will tell us what is expected of us in such circumstances where we see flashing lights and hear sirens. Don’t imagine you can ignore the law and get away with it, ignorance is no defense in law and you will get penalty points and possibly a fine. Deaths of first responders at roadside have increased in recent years and the move over laws was introduced in an attempt to halt that and protect those in such situations.


Road traffic accidents are common and deaths from them tragic but when the death could have been avoided, it is even harder to bear. With a little more care and thought to our driving, we can help avoid accidents and injuries on the roads. You would think common sense would come into play when people see the flashing Emergency light bar units at a roadside incident and they would drop speed and move over to a safer lane to pass. Unfortunately, that is not the case and that is why the move over laws was necessary. The fact we have to legislate for such a thing is a damning indictment of some drivers out there.

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Motorised Siren

Kumar Sirens are widely used as a very effective announcer for Factories, Textile Mills, Workshops, Banks, Ships, Fire Engines,Milk Centre,Air Raid Signals during war, Police Vans, Ambulances etc.

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Police Siren 12v, 20w | Ambulance Siren | Emergency Siren

Manufacturer & Exporter of Revolving Lights, Police Sirens, LED Strip Lights, LED Bar Lights, Blinker Lights 12 volt, Emergency Bar Lights, LED Display Board, Mirror Side Rods, Ambulance Accessories, Police Bike Accessories, Emergency Vehicle Lights, Hooter, Car Fan, Bus Fan, Bilinker Bus Lights, Ambulance Blinker Lights and More.

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Fog Lights – All Vehicle

The lighting system of a motor vehicle consists of lighting and signaling elements mounted or integrated to the front, sides, rear, and in some cases the top of the vehicle.- Fog Lamps manufactures & suppliers.

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Srtobe Lights

Engaged in Manufacturing and Exporting of Lights that includes Warning Light, Fog Lights, Emergency Warning Lights, emergency vehicles revolving lights and oval revolving lights,led bar light, Sirens. Also offer ambulance accessories, Car Accessories.

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A flashing light on an emergency vehicle is LED warning light

Ignore any kind of flashing light at your peril. Normally any light that flashes indicates trouble of some sort. We get Warning Lights on our gadgets, home appliances and on our office equipment at work. Far more important is the LED warning light on emergency vehicles.

It’s a documented fact that emergency services personnel are killed and injured regularly when attending roadside emergencies. This is a direct result of other drivers ignoring or not taking note of any LED warning light they see on the highway. As a direct result of these deaths and injuries, most states have introduced a ‘Move Over’ law. This law requires drivers when seeing an emergency vehicle with LED warning light or a siren sounding, to move into another lane or substantially reduce speed (in many states to 20MPH below the posted speed limit).

The fact that we need such a law to protect our Emergency Services personnel is shocking enough considering the brightness of the LED warning light and the siren. When the LED warning light and siren are on in tandem, it’s nearly impossible not to notice them, yet people do fail to see them. Worse still are people driving without due care and attention at speed towards an emergency situation that has already occurred on the highway? Often people are more interested in what’s going on than taking care and being aware of the emergency service personnel at the scene.

The same people that are likely to ignore or disregard LED warning light on a highway either approaching them or up ahead, would probably not ignore a warning light on their games console. Sadly, such people would give more attention to a warning light on something insignificant, than to give their full-undivided attention to driving when an emergency has already occurred. There is far more at stake with a roadside emergency than a flashing light on anything in your home.

Many states that have the ‘Move Over’ law will have on the spot fines for failing to pull over or reduce their speed. Many people will not be aware that their state has such a law but ignorance is no defense. If you do either see an LED warning light in your rear view mirror or up ahead, decrease your speed. Continuing to drive at the posted speed limit is dangerous to yourself and the emergency personnel attending at the scene. Don’t be a statistic your self, take note whenever you see any LED warning light.

Most of the ‘Move Over’ laws will stipulate something along the following lines. When approaching a stationary authorized emergency vehicle that displays a flashing, blinking or alternating red or blue light shall approach the vehicle with due caution. Most will suggest a lane change and if this isn’t possible then a reduction in speed. This ‘Move Over’ law is designed to protect our emergency service personnel. Do not at any time ignore any LED warning light you may see on the highway.

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Emergency Warning Lights 12v, 24v 220v

Revolving  Light and flashing light is used in ambulance, police patrol, fire  tender, control panels and also many industrial applications. Available  Voltages: 12V, 24V, 110V, 220V AC and/ or DC Available Colours: Red,  amber, blue & green.

Warning Light Blue Color – 12v, 24v, 220v

Warning Light 12v Green Color


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